Hockey: Talks stall over India league

Negotiations between Hockey New Zealand and the Hockey Players' Association have stalled over whether Nick Wilson and Simon Child will be able to sidestep a national training camp in February to play the entire Indian Hockey League.

Drug bust stings couple

A Westport couple have been ordered to forfeit $30,000 to the police following Buller's biggest ever drug bust.

League: Origin rule change to benefit Kiwis

League: Origin rule change to benefit Kiwis

A rule change in State of Origin eligibility which will see fewer Kiwi players defect to Australia has been greeted as a "really positive outcome" by New Zealand Rugby League.

Fewer people joining KiwiSaver

KiwiSaver membership is now well over two million but the number of people signing up each month is clearly trending down, latest figures show.

Woman killed in Levin crash named

The woman killed in a four-car crash near Levin on Sunday has been identified by police.

Woman jailed for stealing from church store

The former manager of a Whangarei Christian store found guilty of stealing more than $11,000 has been jailed for two and a half years.

Camping campaign aimed at Chinese

A marketing campaign encouraging Chinese tourists to rough it in New Zealand holiday parks might struggle to attract a big market, a tourism lecturer says.

Rugby: Pollock returns from injury to pick up whistle

New Zealander Chris Pollock has been named in the 18-man referee team for next year's Super Rugby competition.

Secretary of Education resigns

Secretary of Education resigns

Secretary for Education Lesley Longstone has resigned after a relationship breakdown with the Minister of Education Hekia Parata, and will receive a payout.

Hallwright fights Forsyth Barr sacking

Hallwright fights Forsyth Barr sacking

Sharebroking firm Forsyth Barr was not brought into disrepute when its senior analyst Guy Hallwright was convicted for running a man over, and it was unjustified in sacking him, his lawyer says.

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